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Feb 28, 2018
Joe Busillo has been my mortgage broker since I became a home owner. A decision I've never regretted. From my first mortgage to my latest one Joe has offered top notch service. He is personable and patience. He finds the best rate/plan for you and thoroughly explains the application process and the agreement. My case hasn't been the easiest but Joe came through and got me a great mortgage plan. In short, Joe goes beyond what you would typically expect and works to find the best deal for you. I highly recommend his service.

Oct 15, 2017
Cannot say enough thanks for all the help over the last 4 years from Joe Busillo. Joe put me into a good mortgage after I had done a Consumer Proposal. Then over the next few years, a couple new mortgages through Joe and I'm back into an 'A' lender with a low interest rate. Joe even got things done this past summer when I had to bridge finance! Things are on the up and up because of Joe! Thanks again Joe!

Aug 23, 2017
We have known Savio for a few years and he has helped us more than once with our mortgage/financial needs. He is very knowledgeable and reliable. We have accomplished so much because of his help and support. Thank you Savio Vaz.

Aug 23, 2017
Excellent service! I appreciated the personal attention and having a mortgage broker that put my needs and interests first. Savio Vaz is a great mortgage broker with many years of experience and has great relationships with all the lenders. I would highly recommend having Savio Vaz on your team when it comes to financing your new home or refinancing an existing home or investment property.

Feb 14, 2017
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